Recap from the December camera club meeting and downtown meet up.
December meeting recap
Last month's assignment was long-exposure photography, and club member Charles Loeb gave a presentation on his journey from start to finish on his shot of the 110 freeway and downtown skyline. He spoke about the numerous trips that he made to a couple different locations before he nailed the shot, and he spoke about the excitement that he felt when he finally got the shot that he was looking for.
A link to long-exposure photos from other club members is below.
The downtown meet up was a success! Eight of us braved the rain and had a pretty enjoyable experience. Club member Christopher Smith came up with the idea, created the route, and led the way. Some of the work has already been posted on the Facebook group (link below). Check out Chris' time lapse photos of Angels Flight and Jasman Wynn's black & white photos.
For the members who went, please email your photos asap so that I can create the slide show.
I'm still working out the agenda. When we go over the photos from the downtown tour, I'd like the people who were there speak about their own work. For members who did not attend, you can submit work from other projects.
Stay updated on camera club meetings and tutorials on the Camera Club page of the Standard's website and join the Facebook group. If you are unable to make it to the meetings, you are still welcome to submit work.